Dr. Charles Moore received a BS from Union College and MD from Harvard Medical School. He completed residency training in Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery and fellowship training in Craniomaxillofacial – Cranial Base, Facial Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University of Michigan. He is a Professor at Emory University and the Chief of Service in the Department of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery at Grady Health. His research focus is on healthcare disparity, particularly on head and neck cancer incidence in medically underserved communities.
Dr. Moore is the President and Founder of Health Education, Assessment and Leadership (HEAL), Inc. Through this organization, he strives to educate the community on health issues, assess its needs and in the process build leaders from within the community to address those issues. This resource has grown into the Healing Community Center (HCC), a Federally Qualified Healthcare Center.
Dr. Moore is the recipient of the AMA Foundation’s Pride in Profession, Excellence in Medicine Award, the 2011 Gold Foundation Award for Humanism in Medicine, and the 2015 Jerome C. Goldstein, MD Public Service Award, awarded from National Academy of Otolaryngology. He is also the recipient of the Healthcare GA Foundation Award and the Zenith Award for Community Activism, Goizueta Business School’s MLK Jr. Community Service Award Recipient. When he can, he enjoys fishing, gardening, and singing.
- Oral Health Care for All
- Health Equity Stories of Success, Sustainability & Scalability
- Health Equity Leadership Lessons During COVID-19
- Clinical Scholars Fellows Take On COVID-19
- Dr. Charles Moore Recognized by American Medical Association for Community Work
- Charles Moore Receives Thomas Jefferson Award for Community Health Service
- Reducing oral health disparities in Atlanta